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Some HTML5 videos won’t play in my new Firefox browser.
some say the media source [long url here] can’t be protected
and the other one says that uploading to all candidate sources failed. Material loading stopped.
I’m using Firefox 21.and 0, I’ve tried running Firefox with add-ons disabled and safe, I’ve also tried reinstalling but to no avail.
Thanks in advance.
Some HTML5 videos won’t play in my Firefox browser.
they tell you the media source [long url here] will be hard to code
and explains, the other, that downloading all candidate sources is not possible. Media download stopped.
I’m using firefox 21.0 and have tried to start firefox in crash mode without add-ons disabled and also tried reinstalling it to help but to no avail.
Thanks in advance.
You can try some media.windows-media-foundation. new Enable the default about:config page to disable any built-in MP4 media player.
You can set the media.windows-media-foundation.enabled option to false on the about:config page of the blog that You disable the built-in MP4 media player.
Changes other than about:config worked for me and my colleagues. Many vines don’t (but all!) just don’t play. Firefox 22. Latest Flash (if the account is an account) matters. Tried I have Windows 8, then Windows 7, Windows XP! (3 2 different computers, different networks).
Here’s another error:
Pick one randomly from the Grapevine Roulettes. Here’s one that works:
What’s the difference usually???
Changing about:config didn’t work for me. Many vines (but not all Ne!) do not play. Firefox 22. Latest Flash (so important). Tried on 8, windows windows 6 and windows xp! (3-2 special computers, different networks).
Here is another failure:
Aggressively plucked Vine from Roulette – here’s one that’s doing well:
What’s the difference???
Run Firefox in Safe Mode to check if Firefox is notWhether one of the extensions (Firefox/Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Extensions) is the cause of the problem, or just hardware acceleration. Go to (STANDARD-Change Layout: Firefox/Firefox/Tools > Appearance Add-ons > Appearance) Add-ons.
- DO NOT click the Reset button in the Safe Mode startup window, otherwise you will most likely make changes.
You can check your cookie settings.
Clear the cache and cookies of problem websites.
- Firefox/Tools > > Advanced Options > > Network Cached Web Content: “Clear Now”
“Delete cookies” on problem websites:
- Firefox/Tools> > Resources Privacy > Cookies: “Show Cookies”
Launch Firefox in [[Safe Mode|Safe Mode]] to check if any of the extensions (Firefox/Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Extensions) or hardware acceleration are disabled. PProblems (switch theme to DEFAULT: Firefox/Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Appearance) External.
* DO NOT press “Reset” button in “Window Safe Mode” to make changes.
you also try the cookie settings.
Clear the cache and/or cookies of websites that are causing actual problems.
*Firefox/Extras Options > > Advanced Network > > Cached Web Content: “Clear Now”
“Delete cookies” from problem targets:
*Firefox/Advanced > Options > Privacy > Cookies: “Show Cookies”